Ok, I might be barking up thw wqrong tree entirely here, but I’m not at all familiar with these kits, so I thought I’d throw it out there.
I’m wondering if this is possible in with an Arduino USB kit:
It has 6 analog inputs right? Can I attach sensors to those inputs and read the results via software on my PC? I know this isn’t typically what the USB connection is for, rather it’s used to put your code onto the chip, but is it possible to read sensor data from this board via PC software via the USB connection?
If not…does anyone know of the best/easiet/cheapest way to do this? I basically am trying to build a rig that has 10-16 sensors (pots mostly) and I need to monitor their levels on a PC(not necessarily in real time). And if someone is about to say ADC circuits and a serial port, can you also point me toward a kit/hobby style solution that doesn’t cost 200$+ ?